3Days, 3 Quotes -day 3

The poet T.S.Eliott died on this day, January 4th, 1965, aged 76. In his memory and in small celebration of his life and work, I bring this quote:

book-fire-eliot-quote~

I enjoyed this challenge from Ann at GrubbsnCritters,  stretching myself a bit to find not only quotes (or ‘quotations’ perhaps?), but to find and edit images (from pixabay.com), overlaying the text … a small thing yes, but something I often avoid… and I reserve the right in the future to grab a wildcard nomination from one of my challenge posts here and start all over again 🙂

Hot Off the Press: The first respondent post from my recent nominations has been published, and it’s a great read as usual from DrKottoway

The rules are to post 3 quotes over 3 days and nominate 3 bloggers each time to carry on with the challenge.

Some people choose to share three quotes each day, but the usual / minimum is one each day so take your pick and enjoy (with no obligation!)

I nominate the following bloggers to take on this challenge – and recommend visiting their blogs via latest posts from the following links:

It seems such a long time since last February’s Blogging201 and Writing101(Poetry)- and wonderful to find so many classmates blogs still active and inspirational. One of the great things about doing these challenge posts is having a handy reminder link to hand, so maybe it won’t be so long next time but see you again soon 🙂 Happy New Year!

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3Days, 3 Quotes -day 3

6 thoughts on “3Days, 3 Quotes -day 3

    1. Same name, but have different blogs – did blogging201 from other one 🙂 Whenever you’re ready, no pressure – I’d been tagged weeks ago & only just got around to it – look forward to your post sometime 🙂

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  1. drkottaway says:

    Augh! I didn’t get the third one done until day 4…. was too complicated and clinic was crazy busy. Everyone is saying “New Year! I need my blood pressure under control NOW!” ok, ok, ok…..thank you!

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